Dr. DementoGREATEST NOVELTY RECORDSDr. Demento - GREATEST NOVELTY RECORDS OF ALL TIME - 6 LP box set - SEALEDThis is a long out of print LP box set. The six LPs are dedicated (one each) to 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and Christmas. THIS IS A FACTORY SEALED BOX SET. I will pay U.S.P.S. Pr...215.00

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This is a long out of print LP box set. The six LPs are dedicated (one each) to 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and Christmas. THIS IS A FACTORY SEALED BOX SET. I will pay U.S.P.S. Priority mail and Paypal fees at my asking price. Dr. Demento The Greatest Novelty Records of All Time Track listing: Volume, Side, Track, Artist, Title, Year The 1940s (and Before) I, 1, 1, unknown, The Okeh Laughing Record, 1922 I, 1, 2, Groucho Marx, Hooray for Captain Spaulding, 1952 I, 1, 3, Jimmy Durante, Inka Dinka Doo, 1934 I, 1, 4, Cab Calloway, Minnie the Moocher, 1931 I, 1, 5, Billy Costello, I'm Popeye the Sailor Man, 1935 I, 1, 6, Kay Kyser, Three Little Fishies, 1939 I, 1, 7, The Hoosier Hot Shots, I Like Bananas Because They Have No Bones, 1935 I, 2, 1, Spike Jones, Cocktals for Two, 1944 I, 2, 2, Arthur Godfrey, Too Fat Polka, 1947 I, 2, 3, Lonzo & Oscar, I'm My Own Grandpa, 1947 I, 2, 4, Tex Williams, Smoke, Smoke, Smoke (That Cigarette), 1947 I, 2, 5, Benny Bell (with Paul Wynn), Shaving Cream, 1946 I, 2, 6, Larry Vincent, The Freckle Song, 1940s? I, 2, 7, Felix Figueroa, Pico and Sepulveda, 1947 The 1950s II, 1, 1, Sheb Wooley, The Purple People Eater, 1958 II, 1, 2, Nervous Norvus, Transfusion, 1956 II, 1, 3, Buchanan & Goodman, Flying Saucer, 1956 II, 1, 4, Homer & Jethro, The Battle of Kookamunga, 1960 II, 1, 5, The Cadets, Stranded in the Jungle, 1956 II, 1, 6, Bob McFadden & Dor, The Mummy, 1959 II, 1, 7, Spencer & Spencer, Russian Bandstand, 1959 II, 2, 1, Phil Harris, The Thing, 1950 II, 2, 2, Tom Lehrer, Masochism Tango, 1959 II, 2, 3, Stan Freberg, Little Blue Riding Hood, 1953 II, 2, 4, Jerry Lewis, Sunday Driving, 1950 II, 2, 5, Jackie Gleason, One of These Days - POW!, 1954 II, 2, 6, Ruth Wallis, The Dinghy Song, 1947 II, 2, 7, Kay Thompson, Eloise, 1956 The 1960s III, 1, 1, Lonnie Donegan, Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour (On the Bedpost Overnight), 1958 III, 1, 2, Brian Hyland, Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini, 1960 III, 1, 3, The Ran-Dells, Martian Hop, 1963 III, 1, 4, The Hollywood Argyles, Alley-Oop, 1960 III, 1, 5, Ray Stevens, Gitarzan, 1969 III, 1, 6, The Trashmen, Surfin' Bird, 1963 III, 1, 7, Allen Sherman, Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh!, 1963 III, 2, 1, Bobby (Boris) Pickett, Monster Mash, 1962 III, 2, 2, Larry Verne, Mr. Custer, 1960 III, 2, 3, Napoleon XIV (Jerry Samuels), They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!, 1966 III, 2, 4, Dr. West's Medicine Show & Junk Band, The Eggplant That Ate Chicago, 1966 III, 2, 5, Rusty Warren, Bounce Your Boobies, 1960 III, 2, 6, Tiny Tim, Tip-Toe Thru' the Tulips, 1968 III, 2, 7, Tom Lehrer, So Long, Mom (A Song for World War III), 1965 The 1970s IV, 1, 1, Randy Newman, Short People, 1977 IV, 1, 2, Larry Croce, Junk Food Junkie, 1976 IV, 1, 3, "Weird Al" Yankovic, My Bologna, 1979 IV, 1, 4, Barnes & Barnes (Bill Mumy and Robert Haimer), Fish Heads, 1980 IV, 1, 5, Shel Silverstein, Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take the Garbage Out, 1969 IV, 1, 6, Rose and the Arrangement, The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati, 1974 IV, 1, 7, Fred Blassie, Pencil Neck Geek, 1975 IV, 2, 1, Richard O'Brien, Time Warp, 1975 IV, 2, 2, Steve Martin, King Tut, 1978 IV, 2, 3, Cheech & Chong, Earache My Eye featuring Alice Bowie, 1974 IV, 2, 4, Hank, Stu, Dave & Hank, (I'm Looking Over) My Dead Dog Rover, 1977 IV, 2, 5, Loudon Wainwright III, Dead Skunk, 1973 IV, 2, 6, Ogden Edsl, Dead Puppies, 1977 The 1980s V, 1, 1, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Eat It, 1984 V, 1, 2, Stevens & Grdnic, Fast Food, 1982 V, 1, 3, The Jump 'n the Saddle Band, The Curly Shuffle, 1983 V, 1, 4, Bruce Springstone, Bedrock Rap - Meet the Flintstones, 1982 V, 1, 5, Julie Brown, The Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun, 1984 V, 1, 6, Travesty Ltd., Rock 'n' Roll Doctor, 1980s V, 2, 1, Kip Addotta, Wet Dream, 1984 V, 2, 2, Marvin the Paranoid Android, Marvin I Love You, 1981 V, 2, 3, Bryan Bowers, The Scotsman, 1980 V, 2, 4, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Another One Rides the Bus, 1980 V, 2, 5, Bob & Doug McKenzie, Take Off, 1981 V, 2, 6, Tom "T-Bone" Stankus, Existential Blues, 1979 Christmas VI, 1, 1, Spike Jones, All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth, 1948 VI, 1, 2, Allen Sherman, The Twelve Days of Christmas, 1960s? VI, 1, 3, Gayla Peevey, I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas, 1953 VI, 1, 4, Dickie Goodman, Santa and the Satellite, 1956 VI, 1, 5, Tom Lehrer, A Christmas Carol, 1959 VI, 1, 6, Stan Freberg, Green Christmas, 1958 VI, 2, 1, Elmo & Patsy, Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer, 1980 VI, 2, 2, Yogi Yorgesson, I Yust Go Nuts at Christmas, 1949 VI, 2, 3, Stan Freberg, Nuttin' For Christmas, 1955 VI, 2, 4, The Three Stooges, Wreck the Halls with Boughs of Holly, 1940s? VI, 2, 5, Wild Man Fischer (duet with Dr. Demento), I'm a Christmas Tree, 1970s? VI, 2, 6, Cheech & Chong, Santa Claus and His Old Lady, 1971
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